Pain


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A Comprehensive Approach to the Safe Management of Extended-Release/Long-Acting Opioids

A CME/CE-certified journal supplement. This activity incorporates the REMS blueprint into education that is designed to induce changes in knowledge, competence, and performance that will translate into improved quality of patient care and reduced pain for patients.
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A Comprehensive Approach to the Safe Management of Extended-Release/Long-Acting Opioids

A CME/CE-certified Symposium in conjunction with the PAINWeek 2016 Annual Meeting

A live CME/CE-certified symposium on Tuesday, September 6 from 1:40-4:40 PM at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, NV. This activity incorporates the REMS blueprint into education that is designed to induce changes in knowledge, competence, and performance that will translate into improved quality of patient care and reduced pain for patients.
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Past Activities

Online Activities

WAR ON PAIN: IMPROVING INTERDISCIPLINARY PAIN CARE FOR COMBAT INJURED MILITARY PERSONNEL AND VETERANS FROM THE OEF AND OIF CONFLICTS

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The goal of this CE-certified webcourse is to support the improvement of pain care services for military and veteran populations by providing physicians and nurses with the latest research and best practices in pain management. It is intended for nurses involved in the management of patients with pain.

WAR ON PAIN: NEW STRATEGIES IN PAIN MANAGEMENT FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL AND VETERANS

Downloadable participant materials from the recent clinical assembly held at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Includes participant syllabus and key presentation slides, the Office of The Army Surgeon General Pain Management Task Force Final Report, and links to important resources.
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MECHANISMS AND NEUROPLASTICITY OF PAIN: CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS

This CME-certified online activity focuses on the neurobiology of pain and will explore the latest research and developments in the science of pain, analgesia, and the clinical implications of this emerging data. In addition to research-based academic presentations, the program includes a highly interactive, case-based, continuous assessment discussion.
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UNDERSTANDING STATES OF PAIN TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES: DIFFERENTIATION, ASSESSMENT, & MANAGEMENT FOR THE INTERNIST

This live program is designed to improve internists' understanding of the different states of pain and enhance the clinical application of that knowledge to advance the treatment of patients who suffer from pain. An improved understanding of the mechanisms of pain will facilitate appropriate diagnosis and, ultimately, improved management and patient outcomes. A CME-certified dinner symposium. Friday, April 8, 2011, Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA.
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